BEST WESTERN PLUS Olive Branch Hotel & Suites
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... Naw, " he replied, laughing,"ahm his black son ." The rockabilly man asked where we were from when I congratulated him on his set. I told him and refused the offer to buy a cd. ""Wait one second, take this," he said handing me a DVD," it's free just make sure folks in Manchester see it." So I'm marketing a wannabe legend, providing I don't lose the DVD. As this blog should perhaps be offering more in the way of travel tips I will give one. ...
... but this time with a police officer between them, trying to cool the situation down!! Our next day was the typical Memphis tourist day, and one we could not really miss off our trip, Graceland! Not sure what to expect, we pulled up and got our tickets. We were then giving an interactive tour guide thing with headphones, and taken on a shuttle to Elvis' house. The whole tour of this house, you had a southern accent in your ears describing the whole house, and ...
... kind of below average attempt to clean it. I mean there was Pepsi and ice everywhere, this old bloke didn't give 2 ***** he just wanted that chicken! Which trust me is pretty below average chicken! Mean while we are all sitting there watching in amazement and ******* ourselves laughing!
Being in a rural area, we spot an airstrip with plenty of crop dusting planes just sitting there waiting for next seasons duties. these crop dusters were just like ...
... a song Sam Phillips the owner of Sun Studio's didn't like Elvis he wasn't looking for a ballad singer he wanted rock, the sound of black musicians back then. One day when Elvis was at Sun Studios he pulled out his guitar and stared singing a blues song 'That's alright' and was dancing and being crazy like Elvis does then base player Bill Black joined in on base, then Sam ran out of the recording studio wondering what the hell was ...
... first look at the mighty Mississippi. Then we took the streetcar all the way back down Main and in a lop round by the river. We got off at Beale and headed on down to see what the girls would make of it all. At the top of Beale obviously the girls had to meet the King!
Then we headed to the courtyard outside of Silky Sullivan's to take in some blues and have a cooling drink. The girls were hungry so we ate some loaded nachos and boiled shrimp.